Which "malware removal tool" are you referring to? In the same sentence where you mentioned Rkill, you stated it "found a couple of hundred infected files". Perhaps, it's only the wording which has thrown me off. Rkill's purpose is to kill known processes, which impede the use of the standard anti-malware removal tools. When you say the removal tool closes down completely, were you referring to Rkill? Or Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware?
It would help to know if you received any error messages along the way. It would also help to know, what other problems you were/are experiencing. Knowing which operating system you're running ALWAYS helps. In other words... "any/all details help". It narrows down, what we might offer in the way of help.
It was a good idea to start your own thread, instead of posting at the bottom of another. I'm sure you can understand, why I'm going to remove your duplicate post from yesterday.
I tried following the Bleeping Computer instructions. Tried 3 times, ran rKill, ran through the whole scan(took quite a while) and each time it found a couple hundred infected files. However, when I get to the step to click "OK" in order to view/remove the infected files, I click "OK", and the malware removal tool closes down completely. This leaves me with the infected files in my computer. What's worse, no other spyware/malware removal tools even find all the files.
I' guess it's possible that the virus itself is causing the program to close, but not 100% certain (seems that it's a problem with the removal tool itself). So, I'm currently stuck at an impasse. CAN ANYONE HELP?